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Goin: I Spray for You

A contemporary and combative urban artivist, Goin alone sums up the mood of a generation angry and disillusioned with the corruption and inequalities that are constantly gaining ground. Based in Grenoble, France, Goin is priming the charges and leaving creativity’s spark to light the fuse of a new humanist activism.

He heir to the Dadaist movement in the sense of “the good use of the revolt”, stencils what bothers him, inviting the public to question all positions with a dogmatic tendency. An openly subversive attitude that is reflected in his artistic practice in a catalog of works that carry within them the seeds of rebellion. Simple and effective, Goin’s messages are targeted and hit hard, like so many uppercuts inflicted on the media and international political news.

The Big Bad Apple (Grenoble, France) feat. Snow White – Photo: Pascale R
Hell from the Shell (feat. The Birth of Venus)
Hell from the Shell at the Pulpo Gallery (Murnau am Staffelsee, Germany, 2020)
Early Harvest
Early Harvest in Lisboa, Portugal (2014)
KKKop
KKKop in Grenoble, France
Smelling Peace
Smelling Peace in Barranquilla, Colombia (2017)
The Great Robbery (University Hospital of Grenoble, France) – Photo: Andrea Berlese
Council of Monkeys (Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil) on Duke of Lancaster ship, North Wales
Goin working on Council of Monkeys (North Wales)
I Spray for You solo show at the Mannheimer Kunstverein (Mannheim, Germany, 2021)
I Spray for You solo show at the Mannheimer Kunstverein (Mannheim, Germany, 2021)
I Spray for You solo show at the Mannheimer Kunstverein (Mannheim, Germany, 2021)
Need Food Not Football (World Cup 2014, São Paulo, Brazil)
Never Go Back to School in Grenoble, France (2020) – Photo: Florian Olivo
The Great Robbery (Pharmacie Championnet,
Grenoble, France) – Photo: Andrea Berlese
The Big Bad Apple in Bristol, England (2016)
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